anti-trust


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anti-trust

[ˈæntɪˈtrʌst]
A. ADJ (US) → antimonopolista
B. CPD anti-trust law Nley f antimonopolios
anti-trust legislation Nlegislación f antimonopolios
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The acquisition by the Land Bank of the Philippines of the Philippine Postal Savings Bank has been green-lighted by the country's anti-trust body, paving the way for the launch of the Overseas Filipino Bank (OFB) later this month, officials told the Inquirer.
The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC), the countrys newly created anti-trust authority, aims to be among the most effective in Southeast Asia in instilling truly competitive markets.
KUWAIT, March 22 (KUNA) -- The anti-trust apparatus seeks to ensure fair competition in the business community and in the marketplace with the ultimate goal of serving the public's needs in a manner that transcends self-interest or bias, said a minister on Tuesday.
Critics, including the anti-trust authority, have argued that planned control of the country's gas reserves by one consortium will limit competition and keep prices high.
The justice department has expressed "grave concern" on the House version of the anti-trust bill, which seeks to rein in monopolistic practices in the business sector.
Minimizing and mitigating anti-trust risk in mergers and acquisitions transactions is more important than ever.
NASDAQ: SIAL) has won US anti-trust regulatory clearance, the companies said on Tuesday.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 8, 2014-SNC-Lavalin gets anti-trust approvals to buy Kentz
Washington, Aug 05 ( ANI ): China has reportedly warned Microsoft that any attempts to obstruct its anti-trust investigation would be a bad move.
According to a media statement published on the website of the anti-trust watchdog, Lidl's slogan "Best of Bulgaria, Best of Europe" may have a negative impact on the competitive environment on the market and on the economic behavior of consumers.
Union represented flight attendants Arizona USA-based carrier US Airways (NYSE: LCC) have issued a statement after a federal judge scheduled an expedited trial date for the Department of Justice's anti-trust case against the pending merger of US Airways and Texas-based carrier American Airlines (OTC: AAMRQ) the union said.
The TTIP, talks on which are due to start this summer (see separate article), should confirm "the kinds of cooperation that we have been able to establish" between EU and US anti-trust authorities in recent years, he added.